Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding

Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding

Kotaku reader Craig was married in Taiwan the other day. His wedding, as you can probably guess from the headline and images, was not your normal, everyday nuptials.

Craig and his wife Zoe went all-out to make their special day a World of Warcraft extravaganza, both forgoing the standard suits-and-white-dress garb to instead tie the knot in complete - and completely fantastic - WoW cosplay.

Even their after-wedding photos were taken in the outfits. That's some dedication right there.

For the record, Craig is dressed as King Varien Wrynn, while Zoe is cosplaying as Tyrande Whisperwind.

The pictures you're seeing here were sent to us by Craig, but they were taken by Sosi Studios. The pair's costumes were made by EMI Cosplay, while their props were done by CSP Milton.

Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding
Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding
Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding
Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding
Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding
Ain't No Wedding Like An Incredible World Of Warcraft Cosplay Wedding

UPDATE - Craig wants to clarify that Taiwanese weddings are held across two days — an "engagement" day and a "wedding" day. Both are formal ceremonies involving the same dress and in front of guests, only the former is paid for by the bride's family, the latter by the groom's.

These pics were from the "engagement" day. He says the "wedding" day will be held in January, and while they'll be in the same costume, it'll be in front of more guests at a bigger venue.


Comments

    It is nice to see people who are passionate about something and enjoying a special day. That being said I can't imagine being so into something that I would have themed my wedding day around it.

    I can hear their kids in 15 years say....Mum, Dad, wtf??

    The Hallway picture reminds me greatly of the church halls in Elwynn Forest. Really great job.

    Good job. Great costumes.

    I think this is awesome if that's what you want to do on your big day then go ahead

    It's a shame he wanted to be Wrynn. He would have made the perfect Pandaren.

    Probably the best made cosplay costume I've ever seen btw.

    Not exactly an uncommon sight in Asian countries.. the WoW thing is obviously unique to this couple but the whole "dress up" for photos is very common.. My wife, who is Chinese, and I did something similar after we were married (usually it is done before the wedding day, though we had the ceremony in Australia and then went to China after).

    You can see a few of ours here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/light487/10786870554/in/photostream/

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